what is myactivity log in my dating sites?

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  • 7 years ago
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    Hard to say at this time...I would need to know what dating site you are on....I would recommend at this time for you to enter what ever dating site you are on followed by SUPPORT in your web browser to bring up some help. I can give you only the following..


    Resigning a Paid Subscription

    Canceling, Resigning, Deleting, etc.

    Free Membership vs. Subscription

    Subscription Was Automatically Renewed

    Gift Subscriptions

    Dear Member,

    Thank you for your email.

    Due to a keyword search we ran against your email, we believe you may be asking us about how to close your account and delete your information in our system. This rapid-reply email represents an additional effort on our part to deliver an answer to your question as quickly as possible. If the following information doesn't answer your question, please reply directly to this message for individualized assistance.

    With so many people finding love on Match.com, we try to make it pretty easy to end your subscription and take your information down.


    If you're starting a new relationship, the first thing you'll want to do is take your information down so it isn't visible to others on the site. To hide your profile from view, click on "Profile" in the top navigation screen, and click on "Hide Profile" under "Visibility Options" in the resulting page. If instead of "Hide Profile," you see "Show Profile Now," then your profile is already hidden.


    If you currently have a paid subscription and want to make sure you're not charged again, you'll need to resign your subscription. To do this, please visit the Change/Cancel Membership page under your Account Settings. For your security, you'll need to re-enter your password as part of this process.

    Nothing changes when you resign your subscription, except that when your term ends, your account will revert to a free membership, with no ability to send messages or read the messages you receive. If you're resigning because you found love, make sure to follow the steps above to hide your profile.


    If you don't have a paid subscription, you can cancel your membership by following the same process at the Change/Cancel Membership page in your Account Settings. If you cancel your membership, we immediately hide your profile from other members. Should you wish to rejoin the Match.com community, all you have to do is sign in and reactivate your account.


    If you want to make sure your information is taken down from our site completely, you can accomplish this by following the directions above to either resign (making sure to hide your profile) or cancel your account. Your information is stored in our database for historical and legal purposes.

    Suspending a Subscription

    Currently, suspending your subscription or putting it on hold for a few months isn't a feature we provide. If you need to take a break, though, you can hide your profile until you are ready to use the site again.


    If you believe your circumstances warrant a refund of your subscription charge, you're welcome to reply to this message, and we'd be happy to review your situation.

    We hope these suggestions have proven useful for you; however, if you still have questions regarding the matches you receive from Match.com, or if this auto-response was not on the mark, please reply directly to this message and we will personally assist you with your question. You can also visit our support site by going to http://www.match.com/help/help.aspx

    We wish you the best of luck in finding your match!

    Warm Regards,

    Match.com Customer Care

    Customer 04/01/2011 10:00 PM

    For those individuals that let their membership expire and continue to receive emails, winks, etc from other members i beleive you are doing a disservice to those that continue to send emails, and such. When they send a wink, email or whatever to someone they are hoping for some kind of response. When they do not receive anything back it is somewhat disheartening to them. My suggestion.....when someones membership is over and you continue to carry their profile couldn't you at least have some designation for this profile that they are no longer a paid member and this person sending those emails, etc will not receive a response of any kind

    OR just remove the profile until they are a paid member...Just a thought..

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